Angela Simmons Holding Back Tears While Getting Candid About Ex-Fiance's Death
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During her appearance on 'Tamron Hall Show', the shoe designer talks about how she's coping with the death of Sutton Tennyson and how it affects her and their son.

AceShowbiz - Angela Simmons opened up about the passing of her ex-fiance in a new interview. During her appearance on "Tamron Hall Show", the shoe designer talked about how she's coping with the death of Sutton Tennyson and how it's affecting her and their son, Sutton Jr.

Speaking with Tamron Hall, Angela recalled the moment when she first learned that Sutton was fatally shot at his home back in 2018. "When I first heard the news, I couldn't really accept that or understand it, and then all of a sudden I was numb," Angela shared. "I never understood what it was to physically feel numb, but that day I was literally like I literally don't feel my body."

Angela went on to share that she immediately went to therapy to help her through the process. As she expressed gratitude to the loved ones who were supporting her by her side during the hard time, she added that her son, who is now 6 years old, always asks about his father, prompting her to have a constant conversation about their loss.

She also revealed that his son is now giving her a green light for her to date again. "He's like, 'Are we ever going to get married? Is someone going to marry us?' He'll ask stuff like that," she divulged. "This was a touching conversation because he told me, 'I know my dad is heaven and I'm gonna always have two dads because I know my dad will be my dad, but mommy when can we have someone? When will somebody be there for us?' "

Upon watching a clip from Angela's interview, fans were showing her sympathy and love. "Man that's gotta be so hard to explain to a child," one Instagram user wrote in a comment. Someone added, "he probably want a dad like figure around or a man in the house."

"I almost cried , you can hear her pain in her voice ! ite somebody out there for everybody," another person said. One other noted, "it's something about those sons who know when their moms need love and they deserve it," while another person hoped that "she finds love,she deserves it."

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